Jack Russell Terrier Cross

Jack – 6 year old male Jack Russell Terrier cross Border Terrier

Meet Jack! Jack is almost 6 years old and is a beautiful example of a Cross breed, he is a Jack Russell Terrier cross Border Terrier! Jack has found him self in foster care with one of our lovely foster mums, Kari. His previous family introduced a new baby into the house hold, which Jack found incredibly hard to adjust to. His previous family worked hard with Jack to help him warm to their new family member but unfortunately Jack became very unsettled and unhappy. The decision to let Jack go was not an easy one, but after a very successful trial at our experienced foster home he settled down quickly and his mood noticeably changed.

Jack is now up for adoption and requires a home where someone is around a lot of the day as he does get very distressed when left alone for prolonged periods, although this has be a recent change in behaviour so may possibly be due to being uprooted into a new environment. Jack would prefer a calm home where there are no children under the age of 10, of course all children must respect a dogs space and must never be left unattended with any dog.

Jack currently lives with 4 other dogs in his foster home, so would be suitable to live with other dogs after successful introductions. Jack is also unresponsive to the live in cat, which is fantastic for a terrier! Jack is house trained, but slips up from time to time such as when he is excited or upset. Jacks foster mum describes Jack as “A nice little chap who is desperate to be loved!”

If you think Jack might fit into your family and would like to know more about him please contact us via our contact details, please note our volunteers do work so will get back to you as soon as possible if unable to speak immediately. Thank you!


Poppy – 5 year old female Yorkshire Terrier cross Jack Russell Terrier

This is the gorgeous Poppy. Poppy is a 5 year old Yorkshire Terrier cross Jack Russell Terrier.  Poppy is adorable, she is so happy and friendly and loves everyone! Poppy is good with other dogs, and has lived with children.

Poppy came to us to find a new home after her owners are no longer able to give her the attention and exercise she needs due to their ill health. Poppy is overweight at the moment, but she loves her walks and will still be back to her correct weight and fitness. Poppy loves it in the car, loves her cuddles and her kisses. Poppy is spayed, chipped and has had her first vaccination.

Can you offer this gorgeous girl her forever home ?


Roy – 2 year old male Jack Russell Terrier cross Yorkshire Terrier

Young Jack Russell Terrier cross Yorkshire Terrier Roy is around two years old and is being fostered in RCT, South Wales. He is an adorable cuddly snuggle monster who loves tummy rubs and adores giving his humans kisses. He is a typical terrier who loves to chase, chew a ball and loves being in water. He is in his element sniffing around outside – looking for anything in tunnels, streams and the undergrowth so is looking for an active home where he can have daily long walks to burn off his energy. As he is a small dog garden fencing will need to be secure in his new home so he doesn’t squeeze through gaps. He is fully house trained, is a good guard dog and will warn you about anyone who dares to pass your house. He is ok when visitors come to the house and will stop barking and settle.


Roy likes the company of other dogs of both sexes but when out and about will bark at both people and dogs when they approach. Roy travels well in the car on a seat belt clip. He has been left for 3 hours with other dogs for company without any problems. Roy has not been crate tested. He loves to be touched and is even pretty good having his nails clipped. He wriggles but is easily distracted with treats! He is sociable with adults of all ages. He has not been tested with children but we do not anticipate any problems. As he is so excitable we would recommend him being rehomed with older children.

We are working on his general doggie manners – sitting, waiting and going to bed, which he is beginning to master. Despite his cutesy good looks there is definitely a lot of Jack Russell character in his nature. Training Roy is ongoing and he will need help with learning not be get so excited about everything, help to walk on the lead properly and learning not to bark at people and other dogs while out walking.

Roy is looking for a quiet, but active, terrier-experienced home where his family are around for most of the day. Any children in the household will be older and comfortable around dogs. He would also be happy with an active retired person/couple who have terrier experience and are willing to take him for long, daily walks as this boy is no couch potato.

He really is a fabulous little fellow who will make a lucky family complete where they are prepared to continue with his training.

Roy is neutered, up to date with his flea and worming treatment, micro-chipped and vaccinated. Prospective adopters will be expected to travel to meet him in his foster home in RCT, South Wales.

If you are interested in adopting Roy please read about our rehoming process and complete a Pre-Adoption form ( link here ) and one of our adoption coordinators will contact you for a chat.


Violet and Pearl – 10 year old female German Shepherd Cross and 4-6 year old female Jack Russell Terrier Cross

Violet is a 10 year old female German Shepherd Cross and Pearl is a 4-6 year old female Jack Russell Terrier. Violet and Pearl need a special family to support them both into their future together. Devoted couple who need to remain together. Violet is a older Shepherd type with excellent health except has large skin tags, the ones remaining our vets are not worried over. Violet also required monthly advocate to counter a flea allergy. As with any pair any potential family needs to have the fund to afford 2 dogs ongoing needs.


Violet and Pearl were found stray, their owner contacted the council but was no longer able to care for them do to her mental health needs. Violet & Pearl are now neutered, chipped and fully vaccinated. Both were in foster together but currently are in kennels during the week in Godstone and fostered at the weekend in Redhill.


Such an easy peasy couple who offer such companionship, affection and do not need an active life style but will take as much exercise as is on offer. Housetrained and respectful of their environment, can be left without damage or noise. Pearl loves to play ball and would be great fun for children either visiting or live in. Violet and Pearl have never had a cross word and are also receptive to meeting dogs out on their walks. They travel well of course together!

Violet is a mini Shepherd, small bitch size, possibly 10 years old though her teeth are in excellent condition and our vet thought maybe younger. Pearl may be 4 – 6 years old again a guess. If you want a Terrier why not offer Violet a home as well: If you would like to help 2 dogs. Here is a perfect pair as an introduction to managing 2 dogs with guarantee harmony: If you need to work, Violet and Pearl are happy in each other’s company and will be happy with lunchtime visits or a dog walkers visit. How easy do you want it?

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Jack – 2 year old male Shih Tzu cross Jack Russell Terrier

This is Jack, the Shih Tzu cross Jack Russell Terrier who is about 2 years old. He is our unexpected arrival who came into rescue recently. Jack was spotted on a local community page as looking for a home. He has had many homes in his two years of life and has certainly had his fair share of moves. We would quite like this to stop now! Unfortunately Jack was deemed as dangerous due to an incident after he was dropped off by his owner and the new carer felt that she could not cope with his attitude.

Jack was exceptionally frightened and got so wound up that he bit into his own tongue causing his mouth to bleed. :( After a crescendo of screaming and an outright panic attack it was felt that it maybe best to have him put to sleep. As we were in the area, we popped in to see him and as thought, couldn’t leave him to such a short term future, so agreed to take him in. Jack has proved himself well and after a few nervy moments in the first 24 hours of being here, is now happy for me to pick him up to give him cuddles and kisses. Jack is now a proper little lap dog and is an extremely loyal little boy.

Jack is great with the other dogs. He lives well with them (boys and girls) and walked in like he had always been here. He loves his walks and has a fantastic recall. He meets other dogs well and although nervy of strangers, chooses to skirt round them and carry on with his walk. Jack does chase cats and although he wouldn’t hurt them we don’t feel it fair to frighten resident cats, so we are looking for a home with no resident cats in it. Jack cannot be homed with children and would like an adult only home.

Jack likes someone at home for the majority of the day, although can be left for short periods of time on his own. He is clean in the home and is not destructive when left. Jack has been castrated, microchipped, fully vaccinated, wormed and flea treated. He also had a dental on arrival and had to have one of his bottom teeth removed as it was snapped at the gum line.

A homecheck will be carried out and a minimum adoption fee of £150 applies.


Alfie – 5 year old male Jack Russell Terrier Cross

This gorgeous little lad is Alfie, our cuddly cutie who is fully house-trained and vaccinated. Whilst Alfie is friendly with all humans, albeit a little hesitant initially, Alfie should be the only pet in the home as he is fussy with whom he befriends on the canine front and could not cohabit with cats. Alfie isn’t a big lad and has reached his full size. Alfie does eventually like his walks, but again can be a little reluctant at first but soon gets in the swings of things and enjoys his exercise regime at the sanctuary.

Sadly Alfie’s previous owner moved away and Alfie found himself homeless through no fault of his own and he craves to be part of the family once more. Can you offer this miniature man the security and loves he so deserves; situated South East England, Herts.


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